Insulating Solid walls

Did you know that around 45% of the heat lost in an un-insulated solid walled home is through the walls? Insulating your solid walls can reduce heat loss and can save you around £375 a year on your fuel bills.

If your home was built before 1920, its external walls are likely to be solid rather than ‘cavity walls’, (walls are made of 2 layers with a small gap between them which acts as a barrier to reduce heat flow through the wall.) As solid walls does not have a gap more heat passes through them, twice as much heat can be lost through an un-insulated solid wall as through an un-insulated cavity wall.

We build a framework attached to the inside of the wall, then put rigid insulation between joists. Next plasterboards are fixed to the framework then plastered. The space lost inside the room is minimal.

If you require a smooth surface we can flatten any pattern.

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